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Are you a foreign national who wants to apply for a green card, but are hesitating because you have a "record" for a crime you committed long ago?

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DHS Secretary Kelly told members that the Obama-era program, which shields immigrants brought to the United States as children, is at risk.

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"Can I file a pardon for my wife? Can I open my own pizza shop with DACA? Do I qualify for a U Visa?" Natalia Riveros-Jacobsen answers these questions & more.

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"I've been here for 14 years, I have no criminal record, and I have 3 kids. How can I adjust my legal status?" Immigration attorney answers this question & more

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If you were previsouly in removal proceedings, chances are you may be receiving letter asking for you to go back to immigration court.

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“There has been no final determination made about the DACA program, which the president has stressed needs to be handled with compassion and with heart,"

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Attorney Natalia Riveros-Jacobsen answers your immigration questions in a virtual forum via Facebook Live.

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If you have been injured in Oklahoma due to another person’s neglect, then there are 5 things you need to know about personal injury laws.

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Becoming a legal permanent resident, LPR, can take time depending on a number of factors, but is there one path to a "green card" that is faster than others?

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Although immigrants with a work permit or on an employment visa are legally allowed to work in the U.S., they don't always get the same treatment from employers

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